BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT) ROUTES

With the aim to promote public transport and have less traffic in the city, Tshwane started a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service with feeder bus routes and Gimi Access (Pty) Ltd is part of this process in certain areas.

The Johannesburg Roads Agency (JRA) is also employing BRT routes. Gimi Access was involved at the Park Station Precinct where the Gautrain have a station and commuters climb over to the busses on their way to work or otherwise.

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BLOEMFONTEIN / MANGAUNG MUNICIPALITY

When Mangaung Municipality started the upgrading of certain Non Motorized Transport Routes (NMT), Gimi Access supplied the TGSI's and constructed a number of the Pedestrian Ramps.

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ATTERIDGEVILLE/ GA-RANKUWA/ LOTUS GARDEN/ TEMBISA

Gimi Access has been involved in the upgrading of sidewalks in different towns and cities, not only beautifying the area, but especially making it easier for residents to move around. 

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POLOKWANE

In certain areas municipalities opt for a pedestrian route and cycle route alongside each other. This will keep the pedestrians safe and makes the movement of cyclist faster. To indicate it they use pedestrian & cycle route indicators. Gimi Access also manufacture these indicator blocks.

University of Pretoria

According to the Disability Unit of the University of Pretoria, they accommodate more than 800 visually impaired students and this figure does not include other students with special needs. To assist these students in finding their classes, centers and refreshment areas, using restroom facilities in dignity and exiting gates, Gimi Access (Pty) Ltd and a Universal Access Consultant was contracted to construct a “Blind Path”, making use of Tactile Ground Surface Indicators (TGSI’s). Feedback from students are overwhelmingly positive.

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COUNCIL OF THE BLIND: PRETORIA

To assist the visually impaired in moving around safely in our towns and cities, Tactile Ground Surface Indicators (TGSI's) are used.

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